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Streaming service films like “Roma” should not be held back from the Oscar, regardless of Spielberg’s opinions. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Hollywood’s Stake in Spielberg v. Netflix

March 13, 2019

As the price of movies increases many people find themselves staying in, putting on their favorite streaming service and enjoying their night without the trip to the cinema.

Shark attacks are few and far between, but the Hollywood allure demonizes the sharks as violent and deadly (Courtesy of Spencer Gabor).

Don’t Bite on Deadly Shark Stereotypes

September 26, 2018

By Christopher Dimieri On Sept. 15, a shark attack occurred off the coast of Cape Cod, leaving a family without a son. This attack was the second at Cape Cod this summer, but the first fatal shark attack in Ma...

Hollywood, Hire More Diverse Actors

September 12, 2018

By Arianna Chen According to Forbes, Black Panther shattered the record for the biggest solo superhero movie launch of all time with its opening weekend with $202 million; this record was previously held by Iron Man 3 at $174 million in the box office. Among other honors such as the BET and International Online Cinema Awards, Black Panther was also cited by The Tribune to be the third top-grossing movie of all time, su...

The Marvel movie franchise should be praised for their cinematic complexity and longevity, while not sacrificing quality. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Why Marvel is Healthy For Hollywood

May 2, 2018

By Christopher Canadeo I’m not sure if many have heard, but this past weekend was the release of Marvel’s The Avengers: Infinity War. Comic book nerds and film lovers rejoiced, as this movie w...

Instead of Hollywood addressing its issues regarding quality films, they're content using Rotten Tomatoes as a scapegoat.

Hollywood: Rotten to the Core

September 20, 2017

By Sean Franklin This summer was not good for Hollywood’s bottom line. Box office revenues fell by almost 20 percent compared to last summer, marking the lowest point for summer ticket sales in almost 15 years. Now, common s...

The 23rd James Bond film, ‘Skyfall,’ in Review

November 14, 2012

By PATRICK MULLEN Skyfall, the 23rd official James Bond film, seems like a conscious effort by filmmakers to compete with the blockbuster superhero films of the past few years. The action is bigger and more intense, the camera is more free and flowing and the villain more indestructible. Despite all that, Skyfall is its own movie. Director Sam Mendes (American Beauty) brings his signature direction to a series that ma...

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